Whoa! I didn''t even bother to look up the price for it. Guess that's to be expected when a company is the first to fill a technology vacuum. I think you could do a lot better going another route at that price. Upgrade the entire charging system maybe.The LED headlights are going for $300!
That's just it, I can only find this http://store01.prostores.com/servlet/sp ... 450/DetailBird76Mojo said:Get a replacement headlight bucket that takes a H3 or H4 bulb off Ebay ($60 or so prob) then convert that to HID with one of the cheapo kits on Ebay. The downsidehave is that you'll only have either high or low beam. UNLESS you can manage to find an HID system that has the movable bulb system via a solenoid that adjusts its depth in the housing.
66Sprint said:You can get a complete halogen headlight and chrome shell (bottom or side mount) for about $40 from J&P Cycles ((Harley sportster/ Bates sized)
Thanks for the info, didn't know the HIDs were dangerous! Guess they would give you a great daylight view of the other guy swerving off the road :lol:boogiesg said:The same guy on ebay has this one for $0.95 more. It's all chrome and 7" wide at the mounting points.
I really dislike meeting another bike or a car for that matter on a two lane that has one of those modified HID systems or Xenon arc lamps. If they are on the inside of a downhill turn it's blinding even in the day time. Just one of many reasons why they are illegal in the US. Don't take my word for it though... http://isearch.nhtsa.gov/files/deetz.ztv.html
I'm probably going to get an h4 bucket like the one in that link since it kills 3 birds with one stone.
- It's going to provide more light in a safe and legal manner.
- It's going to be a nice looking new part that doesn't detract from the vintage styling
Thank you for digging up the link to the h4 bucket. Only thing I'm curious about is whether or not my wiring will fit inside.
- It's going to make replacing the bulb trivial and inexpensive